Where are your Kidneys? Most people are born with 2 kidneys; they are each about the size of an adult fist. The kidneys are protected by muscle, fat and your lower ribs. What your kidneys do for your body? The kidneys act as a filter which cleans our blood of wastes and keeps
NPAFACS would like to congratulate our sister organisations Bamaga Kazil on the wonderful blessing of the new Bamaga Day care. This new centre is completely self contained and when officially opened will have a larger capacity for children of the NPA and hire more staff.
If you have been walking down the main stretch of Bamaga, you couldn’t help but notices the little hands of many colours across the Ibis wall underneath the writing ” protecting children is everybody’s business.” This is a message the NPAFACS would like everyon
NPAFACS was proud to be part of the 2012 annual raft regatta which took place the 22nd of September. Sporting the NPAFACS colours the blue whaler driven by Rebecca and Cassie Mark got off to a good start cruising towards Seisia, however the wind proved to be quite a challenge for tack
As part of a way to help children grapple with anger and find their peaceful place the NPAFACS’ Healing Centre has been delivering a program called pearls of wisdom. During the school holidays the Healing Centre has worked with different OSHC Centres attempting to teach kids whe
The day was beautiful as always and the faces of the children amazed as they watched the soil turn from dark sandy colour to a bright green. “Why is it doing that miss Sue?” asked a young girl crouching in front of the new garden bed behind the Bamaga day cre centre. ̶
On September 9th International FAS Awareness Day was held. What is FAS (Foetal Alcohol Spectrum/Syndrome Disorders) day and why is it an important day? It is an important day to remind women everywhere, that the safest choice during pregnancy is not to drink any a